Virtualization Support for ISA and RRAS (A frustrated reader gets a response from Microsoft)

Rendkívül érdekes történet. A biztonsággal és virtualizálással foglalkozóknak el kell olvasni.

Over the past few months, I’ve been doing a lot of traveling and I’ve neglected this blog. (If for some reason, anybody is interested in how I spent my summer, see the end of this post for my quick summary. It feels odd to be writing about myself, but I guess that’s what people do in blogs.) Anyway, I’m back now and have a million things to write about. Microsoft has been incredibly busy!
I’ll start by sharing a letter from a reader, Jeff Vandervoort, who asked me to get a response from Microsoft. At the end of Jeff’s letter, you’ll see the response Microsoft gave me. I’ll be eager to hear what you think.

Virtualization Support for ISA and RRAS



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